The Mayor’s Office of Floridablanca decreed the public calamity due to the heavy rains that have been recorded in recent days in the municipality.
The rainfall caused flooding in three educational centers, roads and the Floridablanca Transit office.
“The risk points continue to be monitored together with the relief agencies. This articulation allows us to attend and respond in a timely manner, in any situation,” said Leidy Toloza, Director of the Floridablanca Risk Management Office.
In Bucaramanga, the authorities are also on alert due to landslides and problems that have occurred in neighborhoods in the north of the city.
“We consider that what is being presented are situations outside this situation, a phenomenon that has been generating accelerations in the rains. For this reason, we are going to be very attentive to the alerts that are generated to attend to everything that is presented,” said Luis Ernesto Ortega, coordinator of Risk Management of Bucaramanga.